Built to Pleasure-Ways Uncompromising standards

Pleasure-Way is proud to reintroduce the Ascent. A class B motorhome built to Pleasure-Ways uncompromising standards on the Mercedes Benz short (144″) wheelbase Sprinter. While the shorter length affords for easier maneuverability, there is no shortage when it comes to the features and meticulous craftsmanship that are the hallmarks of a Pleasure-Way motorhome. Luxurious appointments abound in the Ascent including hand built maple cabinetry, luxuriously supple Ultra leather seats, Corian kitchen countertop and top of the line hardware and appliances.


Lexor TS

Refined Elegance….Sleek and Stealthy

Pleasure-Way is committed to quality and it shows – inside and out. The interior of the Lexor is refined and elegant, with its molded wood cabinetry, comfortable Ultra Leather® fabric seating, seamless Corian® countertops, inlaid sinks, stainless steel appliances and recessed LED lighting. After a full day of exploring, sink into the comfortable Ultra Leather® rear sofa and unwind. The Pleasure-Way Lexor exterior defines sleek and stealthy. By cleverly concealing the 11,000 BTU exterior Cool Cat roof-top air conditioner and heat pump, the appearance of the Lexor more closely resembles a high-end, streamlined travel van.


Plateau FL

Stunning Décor and Sophisticated Interior Design

The Plateau FL has evolved by melding the benefits of a front lounge area with the ease and practicality of the rear power sofa lounge arrangement. This combination allows for two separate living and dining areas as well as allowing for the option of leaving the bed made up. Stunning décor and sophisticated interior design are hallmarks of the impeccably styled Plateau. Whether you choose the deep, rich, high gloss Truffle Maple cabinetry or the light colour tones of the Natural Maple cabinetry the elegance and style is unmistakable. The Plateau ‘s innovative floor plan along with a full bank of passenger side windows create an airy and open concept that highlight the quality and design of this van motorhome.



Pursue Your RV Dreams

When you enter the coach you are immediately drawn to the elegant hard-wood maple interior. From the rich fluted molding and custom solid maple cabinet doors to the hand-fitted crown moldings. Rich ultra-leather encompasses the rear lounge and is lined with three inches of memory foam to ensure your comfort. The spacious bathroom showcases a beautiful Corian and glass corner shower. The bathroom also features a skylight, maple cabinetry with crown moldings, a Corian vanity with matching Corian backsplash, a porcelain toilet, and a stainless steel sink complete with a waterfall single lever faucet.


Plateau XL

Open Concept Floorplan With a Very Spacious Interior

The Plateau XL is built on the Mercedes-Benz dual rear wheel cab chassis and measures 22 feet 9 inches in length. The 22 foot length is key as it remains the same length as our other Sprinter models and allows this motorhome to have greater fuel efficiency and more manoeuvrability than a similar 25-foot coach.
The widebody structure has allowed our design team to create an open concept floorplan with a very spacious interior. The queen-sized (60-inch-by-74-inch) murphy bed neatly folds up into the living room wall creating a large living and dining space.



A Stunning Interior

Built on the Ford E350 dual rear wheel cutaway chassis with 176-inch wheelbase boasts great fuel economy and uniqueness due to its 22-foot length. Following the hugely successful Pursuit Model launched last year, it only made sense that a second floor plan was the next step to meet the needs of the consumer. The new Prestige offers a more open space and spacious interior than a traditional Class B without losing the driving flexibility. The 2014 Prestige showcases a stunning interior with an extraordinary rear bathroom that you don’t normally see in a smaller motorhome.

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